Saturday, August 31, 2019

All the details

Now is a great time to sign up for the courses that begin the week of September 23.

Everything you need to know is in our catalog. It's available online at

Friday, August 23, 2019

Dates to mark

Lots of things coming up in September:

Wednesday, September 4: presentation on Frances Perkins, "the woman behind the New Deal." 10:00-12:00 AM in Room 124, Eastport Hall, UMA-Bangor. Please register by calling 992-0118 and leaving your name, phone number, and email address.

Wednesday, September 18: members only: annual luncheon and short business meeting. Guest speakers: Bob and Sandy Duchesne, birders extraordinaire.

Monday, September 23: Fall classes begin!! If you are a member and didn't get your catalog, call 992-0118. If you aren't a member, this is a great time to join up! Call that same number and leave your contact info.

Thursday, August 15, 2019

Learning computers

Whether you want to learn computer basics or expand your existing skills, there are FREE classes in our area!

Sunday, August 11, 2019

Fall classes

They're so intriguing that we're repeating the list of fall classes. As soon as we have days, times, and locations, we'll post them. So many choices! Here they are, in no particular order:

Buddhism and Mindfulness
Steve McKay, psychologist (not the weatherman/minister)

Readers Theatre
Mark Bilyk and Tellis Coolong. co-founders of True North Theater in Orono

The Merchant Marine Now and in the Future
Larry Wade, Mastermariner

Music of the Western World: A Survey
Dennis Cox, retired professor of music

Science Fiction for Grownups
Ruth Nadelhaft, retired professor of English

Bridge for Beginners
Lorraine Taylor, long-time player

The First European Settlement on St. Croix Island
Raymond Pelletier, retired French instructor

DNA for Beginners
Dee Virtue, retired biology teacher

Learning MORE about your IPhone/IPad (Advanced)
Ed Brazee, retired professor of education

Learn to Paint with Water Colors
David Whalen, art instructor

Respecting the Elders: Traditional Teachings Through Wabanaki Stories
John Bear Mitchell, lecturer in Wabanaki Studies

The Aging Brain Owner’s Manual
Dr. Cliff Singer, Chief of Geriatric Mental Health, EMMC, and Josh Bridges, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner